Business Analyst stories
Roke secures £40m contract for the British Army's ISTAR programme
UK innovator Roke secures £40m contract with British Army for creating an integrated ISTAR system to enhance data-led decision making.
Gartner identifies five technologies that will transform our future
Gartner has identified five technologies that have the potential to transform organizations, including digital humans and satellite communications.
GreyNoise Intelligence identifies exploitation threats for 2023
GreyNoise Intelligence unveils its 2022 Mass Exploitation Report, delving deep into threat detection events from the past year.
Squirro launches no-code machine learning training programme
Squirro is launching a series of live machine learning training sessions for non-technical business employees and business analysts.
Zoho finds ANZ organisations use AI significantly more than two years ago
According to a survey conducted by the Zoho Corporation, more than 86% of ANZ based organisations are using AI more than they did two years ago.
IDC reveals top trends for Kiwi businesses from 2021
New Zealand organisations will focus on filling gaps exposed in digital transformation plans, according to IDC predictions.
Following COVID-19 employee wellbeing cannot be overstated, Gartner finds
Global firms ramp up wellness perks post-COVID for staff health.
Synergy reports record-breaking Q1 capex spend for big cloud providers
The capital expenditure (Capex) of hyperscale operators jumped to $27 billion in Q1, according to Synergy.
Full tech takeover not the answer for retail - analyst.
A digital retail analyst says it is important to look at specific needs, rather than rushing into a completely digital solution.
More than 500 attend Huawei Global Analyst Summit
Huawei showcases latest innovations and discusses strategy at 14th annual Global Analyst Summit in Shenzhen.
YOU'RE INVITED: 2017 Business Analyst Masterclass & Skills Development Forum
In an age of increasingly rapid technological change, it is becoming more and more evident that Business Analysis is also changing too.
Aussie tech company dubbed the best place to work for new grads
Since 2000, the organisation has hired more than 160 graduates, including 29 in 2016.
How can you ensure your business analyst skills are razor-sharp?
In a changing tech landscape, there is an increasing reliance on the varied skill set of the business analyst to deliver greater business value.
Business rules analysis for CIOs
Jayesh Jain details what business rules are, and outlines how to gather and implement them in your business.
Kiwi IT professionals in short supply
Highly skilled IT professionals continue to be in short supply in New Zealand as organisations seek to improve processes and upgrade systems.
Root cause analysis
Getting to the root of the cause is the only way to solve a problem. Jayesh Jain offers some pointers.
Compare your organisation against your competitors with benchmarking
Benchmarking is the process of comparing your organisation’s strengths and weaknesses against your peers and competitors.
Just enough documentation
How many times have you seen a requirement document which goes over hundreds of pages with structure so complex that it is difficult to find the embedded requirements to get them signed off?.
'End-to-end' is hot right now... But what does it mean?
'End-to-end' is hot right now. But what does it mean, and how do you implement an E2E process? Jayesh Jain has the answers.
Business analysis trends
As the business environment grows in complexity, business analysis will require team, stakeholder and executive collaboration like never before.
An in-depth take on... Fallout management
Jayesh Jain provides an overview of fallout management from a transaction.
Is Business Intelligence a threat to Business Analysts?
In short BI refers to tools used to transform data to information, so business can answer any question confidently.